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My first day of skiing at Hirafu. Overnight we had about 10-15 centimeters.

The snow was pretty dry but hard and icy underneath. I just cruised, taking it easy and getting my legs in.

 

 

 

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photos by Tai. thanks.

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AUTOMATIC SKI 186 & FFG16 BINDING - £379.16m,which at the time was about 55,000yen including delivery: 2nd run today:

More snow last night, maybe about 10-20cms. I took a few shots from the Ace Quad first run up. It was snowing very early but blue skis came out later on, probably about 9am. No wind.   First ru

Nice one Sand...   Yotei this morning..  

Yeah, no prizes for overdoing it first day. I only got to see the sides at the very bottom of Yotei when I was there, but it looked like it was going to be much more massive than it comes across in photos.

 

If them's your skis, you'll have to lend them to ippy when he does his ski jump! They look a suitable size.

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More snow last night, maybe about 10-20cms. I took a few shots from the Ace Quad first run up.

It was snowing very early but blue skis came out later on, probably about 9am. No wind.

 

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First run down super

 

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Some other punters

 

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Mount Yotei from down near the Ace family lifto.

 

Wind is starting to blow this afternoon. still sunny.

 

And will remember to smile and take the cheese... or say cheese for the camera....

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Was a beautiful day today out on the hill. :D

 

Had Ramen for lunch and the fam got interviewed by Japanese TV.

They clearly wanted the noob Gaij in Japan because when my son answered their question in Japanese they very quickly turned the camera to his noob mate and got him to say "Niseko Great". :lol:

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Absolutely!!

Anyone speaking Japanese or rocking the chopsticks got passed by very quickly.

Lots of focus on that 'real' kind of gaijin! ;)

 

But the important thing here was....bluebird day with soft snow under foot.

Mmmmm...yeah...cheesy TV can not ruin that!

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